There is a dizzying array of electronic resources available to members of the HLS community.
You all know about Westlaw and Lexis, and indeed, these databases will be ones you use over and over in your research. However, there are hundreds of other databases to help with all aspects of your research. Starting at the HLS Library Page, click on Electronic Resources in the left-hand column. The librarians have placed resources into four categories: Legal, Academic Discipline, Historical, and Newspaper Collections. Even these sources, which have been culled to help you, are not the only ones to which you have access. Go to the Harvard Libraries Page and select E-Research at the top. Now click Find E-Resources and there is a listing of resources in alphabetical order, searching by keyword, and browsing by academic discipline. If you are feeling overwhelmed by all these resources, remember you can always ask a reference librarian.